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Preeceville Progress

DISC requests government to renew commitment to assist people with disabilities

The editor: In 2011, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall stated it was the government’s “vision and goal to make our province the very best place in Canada to live for those with disabilities.
The Conservatives have forgotten how to get things done

The Conservatives have forgotten how to get things done

I was at the lake when the federal election was called. “Meh,” was my response. I didn’t even bother to turn on the TV for two days to look at the coverage.
There is no easy solution for TPP agreement

There is no easy solution for TPP agreement

When it comes to world trade the idea of free movement of goods is held up as an idea the world should aspire to.
Lacrosse is a sport for all ages

Lacrosse is a sport for all ages

Gene Klebeck started playing field lacrosse in Saskatoon during his university years and continues to enjoy the competitive nature of the sport.
Norquay team tops the Preeceville Co-ed Slo-pitch League

Norquay team tops the Preeceville Co-ed Slo-pitch League

The Preeceville Coed SloPitch League had a very successful year, according to organizers who said the season concluded at the end of July with playoffs. The winners of the A side and B side were determined by a round robin playoff.

Fourteen shooters participate in second registered shoot by Preeceville Trap Shooting Club

The Preeceville Trap Shooting Club hosted its second registered shoot of the season on July 31 to August 2. There were a total of 14 shooters registered on Saturday and 13 registered for the shoot on Sunday.

Preeceville Arena receives new matting

The Preeceville Skating Arena received a Community Demonstration Grant through the Saskatchewan Scrap Tire Corporation (SSTC). The grant allowed the arena committee to replace the old rubber floor matting.
TRATCH, Rosie

TRATCH, Rosie

TRATCH: Rosie was born on September 2, 1924 to Mike and Polly (nee Sushetski) Loshka. She grew up on a family farm north of Buchanan and attended Dydland School. Rosie enjoyed playing ball and waitressing.
Big changes for Saskatchewan Tories

Big changes for Saskatchewan Tories

Even before a single ballot is cast for the October 19 election, you can expect big changes when it comes to who represents you in rural Saskatchewan.

Meredith’s senate career started under a cloud of suspicion

Dear editor, Independent Senator Don Meredith, now ejected from the Conservative Party, is subject to ethics probes over allegations he harassed and bullied staff and had an affair with a 16-year-old girl. Having termed him-self until recently “Dr.